Ralph Nader and the Corvair
He attacked GM for its Corvair in his Unsafe at Any Speed.
Shortcomings of engineers and the flawed institutional arrangements that existed in their
The book published in 1965, accused automotive engineers of disr
Automobile and the Great Depression
Had a large impact on the automotive industry
Ford sales decreased by 50% while Chevrolet rose to the market leader
Wage cuts, increased production speed
Strikes and walk outs increased
Increased involvement by the
Essay Option 2
In James Flinks article: he remarks, Automobility has had more important consequences for 20 th
century American man than even Fredrick Turners frontier had on our 19th century forebears.
Elaborate on this idea.
During the 19th century, au